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School dates calendar out now!

The popular Safety Net school dates calendar is being delivered out today to primary schools across Brighton and Hove, it features wonderful artwork by local primary aged children on the theme of ‘what friendship means to me’.Safety net calendar 2019

Secondary Safety Rocks newsletter out this week for anti-bullying week

In this edition updates on anti-bullying week and the ‘choose respect’ theme, online safety updates, our young reporter’s articles on Friendship and reflections on starting secondary school, and how mental health champions are helping other young people in secondary schools, also the launch of a new campaign ‘Keep calm and talk’ to help parents talk to young people about drugs, alcohol and cigarettes. SN Newsletter Autumn Term secondary

Latest Safety Rocks newsletter out now

Our Autumn Term edition of the Safety Rocks newsletter for parents is out now. In this term’s edition we focus on the anti-bullying week theme; “choose respect”, read an excellent article by our young reporter Frasier Cox aged 10 on friendship and why it matters; how to cope when your children fall out with their friends as well as online safety tips. SN Newsletter print (3) Children can also enter our drawing competition for a chance to win a £10 Amazon … Read more

Autumn 2018 Training Brochure

The Safety Net training team are pleased to announce lots of NEW training dates for the 2018 Autumn Term. Courses include:

We can also offer bespoke training at your premises if this is something you might be interested in for any of the courses listed above.

Please do take a look at our new  Safety Net Autumn Brochure 2018 to see what we can offer.

And don’t forget: our training room is now available to hire! It’s a lovely, light and bright space offering free Wi-Fi access, on-street parking and access to the Emmaus grounds and cafe.

Any questions please contact the training and marketing administrator on 01273 420973 or email training@safety-net.org.uk. Thanks for reading!

Safety Rocks primary edition out now

This term’s newsletter for parents of primary aged children is out now.  There are articles on child safety week, dealing with change, the move up to secondary school and topical safety updates.  Paper copies of the newsletter will also be coming out to schools across the city in the next few weeks. SN Newsletter primary school summer edition

Safety Rocks secondary summer term newsletter out now

In this summer edition find tips for dealing with exam stress, information about drug issues that are causing concern in Brighton & Hove for young people and ways to keep calm and relaxed.  There is also a survey monkey for year 7 children to help us find out about their ups and downs when they moved up to secondary school. Safety Rocks secondary newsletter for parents and carers summer 2018 We would love to hear from you so if you … Read more

New! Summer 2018 Training Brochure

Following on from our NSPCC & BASPCAN Child Protection Trainer of the Year 2018 award, we’re delighted to be able to deliver more high quality training courses. Safeguarding and Protective Behaviours are the cornerstones of what we do, however we also offer Wellbeing at Work courses, and can offer bespoke training at your premises if this is something you might be interested in. Please do take a look at our new SN Summer brochure 2018 to see what we can … Read more

How to deal with disappointment if you didnt get in to the secondary school you wanted

Year 6 children and their parents will be finding out today if they got into the secondary school of their choice. Some children will inevitably feel disappointed, sad or angry if they didn’t get the choice that they wanted.  You can help your child to deal with this by: Listening to their feelings and reassuring them that it’s normal to feel sad, angry, disappointed when things don’t turn out how we would like.  Don’t try to fix their feelings too … Read more

Internet Safety Day – Safety Rocks spring term edition

The Safety Rocks newsletter spring term edition is out today!  This edition has information about online safety and the internet safety day theme; ‘ Create, Connect, and Share Respect’.  We look at the issue of fake news – can you believe everything you see online?  In our middle pages, test out your online behaviour and complete our family online safety contract.  On the back page, you asked and we are covering it – join our dog poo watch and help keep … Read more